New E-Comic Tells Story Of Chicago NATO Protests
- July 16, 2012
- Tags: illustration/comics
Activist-artist Luke Radl offers an illustrated and hyper-linked narrarative of the Chicago NATO protests with "Chicago Is My Kind of Town".
read more >
AMO Grant Awardee Report #3: With Portraits of the 99 Perecent, San Francisco-based photographer Robert Schultze has set out to capture the human element of the Occupy movement. The project currently features over 300 high-quality images that help tell some of the many stories of the individuals who participated in the encampments across the country in the fall and winter.
AMO Grant Awardee Report #2: The Indig-Nación project offers news and conversation surrounding the economics and politics of the Occupy movement to New York's Latino neighborhoods. The Spanish-language website and paper were launched earlier this year and have now recieved an AMO grant to continue growing their important work!
AMO Grant Awardee Report #1: Arts and activist group hosting Bi-Monthly "Luminous Intervention" in Baltimore City. As part of our series of recent grant awardees, AMO covers Baltimore's "Luminous Intervention" series, a project of the Occupy Baltimore-born Greenpants.
Editing the urban landscape with counter-narratives about the right to the city can help prepare public perception for future battles over housing and the right to abandoned space.
With fare strike posters and the chaining open of Subway service doors, Occupy Wall Street and members of the Transit Workers Union of New York launch successful day of Economic Disobedience trageting Wall Street, MTA bosses.
Iranian activsits have put out a call for an internatinoal day of graffiti and stenciling to raise awareness and support for Iranian political prisons, inspired by a similar day of action taken in Egypt.
Cultural Strategy: Accesbile public art, international solidarity